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Shorthand is an abbreviated symbolic writing method that increases speed and brevity of writing as compared to longhand, a more common method of writing a language. The process of writing in shorthand is called stenography, from the Greek stenos (narrow) and graphein (to write)Examples include Pitman Shorthand, Boyd’s Syllabic Shorthand, Samuel Taylor’s Universal Stenography, the French Prévost-Delaunay, and the Duployé system, adapted to write the Kamloops Wawa (used for Chinook Jargon) writing system. Script shorthands are based on the motions of ordinary handwritingThrough the centuries shorthand has been written in systems based on orthography (normal spelling), on phonetics (the sounds of words), and on arbitrary symbols, such as a small circle within a larger circle to represent the phrase, “around the world.” Most historians date the beginnings of shorthand with the Greek historian Xenophon, who used an ancient Greek system to write the memoirs of Socrates. It was in the Roman Empire, however, that shorthand first became generally used. Marcus Tullius Tiro, a learned freedman who was a member of Cicero’s household, invented the notae Tironianae (“Tironian notes”), the first Latin shorthand system. Devised in 63 BC, it lasted over a thousand years. Tiro also compiled a shorthand dictionary. Among the early accomplished shorthand writers were the emperor Titus, Julius Caesar, and a number of bishops. With the beginning of the Middle Ages in Europe, however, shorthand became associated with witchcraft and magic, and disappeared.a system for rapid writing that uses symbols or abbreviations for letters, words, or phrases. Among the most popular modern systems are Pitman, Gregg, and Speedwriting.Besides being known as stenography (close, little, or narrow writing), shorthand is sometimes called tachygraphy (swift writing) and brachygraphy (short writing). Because shorthand can be written rapidly, the writer is able to record the proceedings of legislative bodies, the testimony of law courts, or dictation in business correspondence. In addition, shorthand has been used through the centuries as a cultural tool: George Bernard Shaw wrote his plays in shorthand; Samuel Pepys recorded his diary in shorthand; Cicero’s orations, Martin Luther’s sermons, and Shakespeare’s plays were all preserved by means of shorthand.The Syllabus is divided into 3 modules:🏴 Each Module consisting of one month🏴 30% Theory & 70% Practical Training.🏴 Weekly Test will be conducted on the last day of the week.🏴 Monthly Test will be conducted at the end of each Module.🏴 On successful completion of all the 3 modules, a student may be given a certificate in Shorthand.Topics Covered:👍 Introduction to Shorthand👍 Understand the stenography👍 Introduction to consonants👍 placement of Long Vowels👍 Intervening Vowels & position writing👍 Short Vowels👍 Diphthongs👍 Abbreviated “w”👍 Phraseography👍 Circle ‘S’ & ‘Z’👍 Stroke “S” and “Z”👍 Large Circle ‘SW’👍 Large Circle ‘SS’ or ‘SZ’👍 Loop ‘ST’ & ‘STR’👍 Initial hooks to straight strokes👍 Initial hooks to curves👍 Alternative forms for ‘Fr’ or ‘Vr’👍 Circles or loops preceding initial hooks👍 SHUN HOOK👍 Aspirate👍 Compound Consonants👍 The Halving Principle Sec. I & Sec. II👍 Vocalization of double consonants👍 Dipthonic or Two Vowel Signs👍 Prefixes👍 Suffixes & Terminations👍 Omission of consonants👍 Medial Semi Circle👍 Figures👍 Compounds words👍 Intersections👍 Distinguishing Vowels👍 Distinguishing Outlines👍 The Grammalogs and Contractions👍 Phonographic Alphabets👍 Phraseograms👍 Advanced Speed Practice – Business Correspondence👍 – do – Legal CorrespondenceOriginally, the shorthand was written with old-fashioned pens which had nibs. This made it easy to write both light and heavy strokes. With a pencil, your light stroke should be a fine line on the paper, and a heavy stroke should be only a little heavier than a light stroke.The best pencil to use is a mechanical pencil with a self-advancing lead (such as Dixon SenseMatic disposable plastic pencils). If you have to click to advance the lead, you will waste time. You need lined paper, preferably one of those “steno” notepads with a line running down the middle, dividing the page into two columns. The preferred Pitman line-spacing is lines 3/8″ thick. In Pitman, if you make a mistake, you don’t waste time erasing — you just circle the mistake and rewrite it, which is quicker.I had just gotten back from a short adventure in Pakistan, and was sick. I had jet lag and the stomach flu, and was spending hours and hours awake in the dead of night because I couldn’t sleep. Why couldn’t I sleep? It was partially because of my jet lag, but the main reason was ICTE. I was obsessed with learning it, and couldn’t sleep because I had a singular determination to master it.I became fascinated with the somewhat lost art of shorthand, a style of writing which allows one to write at much faster speeds than usual. At the time, I was attending classes at the Colorado School of Mines trying to simultaneously keep focused on the professor and voraciously take notes at the same time. Doing both concurrently isn’t always easy, especially when your professor talks like a thermodynamics auctioneer on speed. Shorthand can be very beneficial to me in school, and also in the office.What I’ve attempted to do is compile a short list of essential Teeline words that I think students and people in a business setting can use to write less and focus more. Teeline is supposed to be an easy-to-learn style of shorthand (as opposed to Gregg or Pitman), as almost all of the “letters” are based on their English equivalents (whereas Gregg and Pitman are phonetic). My goal here is not to turn you into a stenographer, but rather to improve your speed significantly with very little effort. Fluent shorthand is not a necessity for the average note-taker, and most don’t have the time to learn it.
Shorthand Course Contents:1:Introducing Teeline2:The Teeline alphabet3:Joining letters4:Removal of unnecessary letters5:Position of writing6:Punctuation7:Write shorthand using correct techniques8:Read and write shorthand notes9:Write shorthand at optimum speed (minimum 60 wpm) with minimum 98% accuracy10:Produce transcripts of shorthand notes.
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